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. his name is tyler. that's all we know. tyler. >> bill: now he's found. >> i said my name is tyler. it's going to be okay. and letters testing positive for poison. one sent to the president. other suspicious letters to u.s. senators. tonight, another plot unfolds. much i'm bill hemmer in tonight for shepard smith. we are live boilston street on the back bay of boston. a few blocks from the scene of monday's bombing and what has been a somewhat chaotic day here. just minutes ago a federal source telling fox news investigators are looking for two persons of interest in connection with monday's attack. now, both men captured in photos from the scene. more on that in a moment. of course, hours ago, we heard reports that an arrest was imminent in the attacks. some talk that an arrest had already happened. the fbi later saying there were no arrest and has not been one. nobody to bring to court here in boston. but at this hour, we're still awaiting a news conference from investigators that has been rescheduled over and over again. postponed was the word we heard late tonight. rick leventhal m
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there and elsewhere in the commonwealth just jumped in to help. his name is tyler. that is all we know. tyler, and one of the things he said to calm her down was to show her his own shrapnel wound from when he was in afghanistan. victoria very much wants to thank tyler personally. so if tyler is out there and listening or reading your reports, we would love to hear from tyler so we can connect him to victoria. tyler can touch with us by dialing, 617-725-4000. thank you all for coming. >> eric: that was the press conference, that was the governor and mayor and boston police, homeland security and to summarize. no claims of responsibility. the range of suspect says wide open. president obama will travel to boston on thursday. earlier we were trying to get to a quick statement by patty campbell the mother of the 29-year-old identified victim. fate campbell is the second one who was identified. take a listen to the mother moments ago >> everybody that knew her, loved her. she loved everybody. she was all smiles. i can't believe this has happened. she was hard worker and everything. it still doesn't make a
out in your mind? yesterday you told -- >> about victoria and tyler. >> have we found tyler? >> i don't think so. i think there was a -- there may have been a couple people who came forward who were not. >> not the real tyler? >> not the real tyler. >> just to remind you, tyler really helped save the life of someone. >> that's right. and comforted someone who was understandably hysterical over in that medical tent right after the blast. she had a shrapnel wound herself. and she remembered a man named tyler explaining to her that he had been an army sergeant in afghanistan, and he had survived a shrapnel injury himself and she would be okay. i had a chance to visit with bill and denise richard today, who lost their son, and whose daughter was so badly injured. they lost an 8-year-old. they've been wonderful supporters of my campaign in the past. >> from dorchester. >> from dorchester. i had a chance to visit with them just three of us quietly if the hospital today. and for them, and all the victims, my heart just goes out. >> good luck, governor. thanks so much for sharing a few moment
bell." i'm maria bartiromo. we are getting ever closer to dow 15,000. hello, tyler. >> i'm tyler mathisen in today for bill griffeth, coming to you from cnbc local headquarters. and on today's show, a busy rundown. it is a market that just wants to seem to go higher. another day in the green for stocks and we are on track now for new records for the dow and the s&p 500. we continue special coverage of this historic rally and give you some investing ideas, if you have new money to put to work in the market, even at these levels. >> yeah, also another first on cnbc interview coming your way. billionaire elon musk will be joining us in a little bit. the tesla founder, embroiled in two battles. one with texas and one with sarah palin. both centering around his high-end electric cars. you do not want to miss this interview. and to see what musk has to say about that business. stay with us for that. >> and maria, former apple ceo, john sculley, giving some advice to apple's archrival, samsung. what's the advice? we, he thinks samsung should hire former jcpenney ceo, ron johnson. sku sk
her his story. the miss steer kwrus tyler comes forward -- the miss miss -- mysterious tyler comes forward after a plea from the governor. >>gretchen: good to be back. i was on an airplane and could not get back to the east coast. glad to be back. >>steve: yesterday talking about what we knew fact-wise. now the stories are coming out, and there are amazing stories concerning heroism and what we know regarding the bomb. >>brian: the bomb and the bomber as people scramble to find out who did this to stop the next one. >>gretchen: brand-new details on boston. we have live team coverage for you. heather nauert on the latest with the f.b.i. search. first let's look at the remains of the bomb. >> good morning. we are getting more information about the bomb, but still investigators have very little information about the person or the people responsible for these horrific attacks. the pictures of the bomb, of the crime scene first obtained by our fox affiliate in atlanta show what investigators told us about these weapons. the f.b.i. authorities saying that the devices were made from press
jumped in to help but his name is tyler. that's all we know. tyler. and one of the things he said to her, to calm her down, was to show her his own shrapnel -- a wound or scar from his own shrapnel wound from when he was in afghanistan. victoria very, very much wants to thank tyler personally so if tyler is out there and listening or reading your reports we would love to hear from tyler so we can connect him to victoria and tyler can get in touch with us by dialing 617-725-4000. if you just get that word out there i'd appreciate the favor and plmore to the point victori would. thank you all for coming. >> all right. there is the news conference. it ends on a note, hopefully tyler will in fact connect with victoria and observe vicely helped her a great deal. we did learn several important details at this news conferences specially from the fbi agent in charge of this investigation. he said possibly a pressure cooker kind of device in these two bombs. key word "possibly." they're investigating it and also investigating the likelihood that bbs or nails, forms of shrapnel, were included to m
program with the tylers, who are also claiming that they introduced "hail to the chief." is there a definitive answer on that jacko >> i won't touch it. [laughter] [laughter] >> it came about in the 1840's it is possible that the tylers used and the polks and confirmed its use. it is silly to worry about something about that. there are so many more important is to talk about. >> you drew the contrast with juliet tyler who brought dancing to the white house. who ended her brief tenure by throwing a huge party as they left the white house. was sarah polk more in touch with the times? >> sarah polk -- it has been called an imperial presidency. meaning that the couple fought the office of the presidency and the white house as the executive residence needed to be highly respected. it was more formal protocol and so on. it was a very liberal approach. you could come with an introduction to any of their receptions. polk was a democrat. at the same time, they were well dressed, there were more formal dinners. there were multiple courses. it was considered an honor to be at the
there and elsewhere in the commonwealth just jumped in to help. but his name is tyler. that's all we know. tyler. and one of the things he said to her to calm her down was to show her his own shrapnel -- a wound or scar from his own shrapnel wound from when he was in afghanistan. victoria very, very much wants to thank tyler personally. so if tyler is out there and listening or reading your reports, we would love to hear from tyler so that we can connect him to victoria. and you can -- tyler can dial 617-725-4000. if you just get that word out there, i'd appreciate the favor and more to the point, victoria would. thank you all for coming. >> ladies and gentlemen. >> we're back with larry johnson to go through that. expert on counterterrorism. what did you make of the request by the governor and the other officials there including a special agent, deslauriers, we begin to look out there and call out the people who heard bombs being tested. is this something a person, amateur or a professional, or a group would test a bomb like this somewhere in the vicinity perhaps before they did it? >> well, an
of the unsung heroes until now. tyl tyler dunn had just left the finish line, and jumped into the action helping everybody he could, including a young woman named victoria. from her hospital bed she put out an appeal asking to get in touch so she could thank him. tyler joins me exclusively now. tyler, you're a real hero. i want to take you back to before the explosions went off. why did you go to the marathon, and how had your day been until that point? >> good to see you tonight, piers. actually, i was just at a meeting, kind of -- i've been in boston for about a year. i had the opportunity to go to the marathon. went to the finish line. i had some circumstances come up. i decided to walk to back bay, and i was about halfway to the station when i heard the first explosion go off. i kind of knew it was a bad thing right from the get-go. when i heard the second one, i knew. something bad had happened. >> the most people in that situation would run for their lives. but instead you ran into what is no more than a battle zone. what made you do that? >> i honestly can't tell you where i drew the powe
of a percentage point more slowly. not very much in any particular year. one thing i would add tyler is the president has insisted all along that we include safeguards for the most vulnerable. that we protect the oldest olds that their benefits are adjusted as well as those who are just barely getting by. >> so, not everyone's social security benefit would be reduced as a result of the switch to the so-called changed cpi, there would be blunting in there for certain individuals. and we are talking here for the average check, a difference of dollars? $10? $5? what? do you have any idea? >> it accumulates over time, because the change index grows more slowly and the protections that the president has built in would kick in at age 76, so it protects the oldest old and that gets phased in over time. >> do the medicare cuts consist of reduced payments to drug makers? >> a lot of that comes from revie reduced payments to providers. the president has been clear that he will not shift cost on to seniors. he wants more efficiency in the suspect, so we are not reducing quality and raising cost
was hysterical, as he put it until an army sergeant, afghan veteran calmed her down. >> his name is tyler. one of the things he said to her was to show her his own shrapnel wound or scar from his own shrapnel wound when he was in afghanistan. victoria very, very much wants to thank tyler personally. if tyler is out there or listening. we would love to hear from tyler so we can connect him to victoria. >> shep: governor patrick can call this phone anymore on on your screen. >>> the day after a deadly terror attack, we're learning somebody mailed a letter tainted with poison to a united states senator. breaking details as fox reports live tonight, one day after the bombings in boston. upid loud pl. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultraugged ocera torque, only from sprint direct conct. buy one get four free for your business. can you start the day the way you want? can orencia (abatacept) help?
shrapnel wounds from when he was in afghanistan. his name is tyler. that's all we know. tyler. >> bill: now he's found. >> i said my name is tyler. it's going to be okay. and letters testing positive for poin.
have been permitted here in san francisco and this is they're first offense. tyler we noted 7 schools within 2 thousand feet of this store. i believe the owners have regrets and they are correct in their financial hardship. dp h is assigned the task of trying to prevent minors from getting liquor and cigarettes. the store is free to sell their other goods >> what age elementary or middle school or holidays are in the vicinity? >> i'm not good familiar i only have the names here. >> me, too. >> their listed there. >> okay. >> newcomer they're all listed here h-2 of the - >> thank you. >> okay. any public comment on this item? seeing no public comment do you have anything else you want to state? any rebuttal? >> i want to mention that 20 thousand feet apart from my store and most of them are like elementary schools they're not the one that was exposed to this one kind of cigarettes and so forth. and this one is not rooted in this one it's a high school. there is a problem that they come to my store to buy cigarettes but they are young like 20 years old >> i see on the list ne
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. it is chipotle. he said that gourmet burrito is an oxymoron. tyler? >> i like their burritos. i think they're pretty good. >> we will be right back after this short break. ♪ ♪ here we are, me and you ♪ on the road ♪ and we know that it goes on and on ♪ [ female announcer ] you're the boss of your life. in charge of making memories and keeping promises. ask your financial professional how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. ♪ ♪ oh, oh, all the way ♪ oh, oh >> once again, it doesn't hurt to look at the screen. >> another day, another high? >> what's interesting is you look at the volume there. 340 million shares, that's on the floor volume and that's just about average i don't think that necessarily is a bad thing. a lot of people are saying gee, now that we're at new highs, why aren't we getting more investment enthusiasm? a lot of people are concerned about that. remember, the very simple rule here. that's the definition of a broad market rally. everything is sort of advancing at this point. here is some of the pc makers that are weak. the refiners as
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evening everyone, thank you for joining us, tyler is off tonight. our top story, record earnings from two of the nations biggest banks but stocks endeder their winning streak. j.p. morgan and wells fargo reported big profits but investors were not impressed focusing on a decline in the mortgage business. the worry is that weak loan demand could jeopardize the u.s. recovery. j.p. morgan's earnings jumped more than 30%, $.20 more than was estimated, that is not due to loan growth. revenueses fell, that was slightly below expectations. and a particular story at wells fargo, where profits soared, $.92 a share, beating estimates by $.04 a share. joining us with more analysis, fred cannon, he is the director of the bank research firm. fred, what is the most important take away from the reports today from j.p. morgan and wells fargo? >> what is important is the big banks, revenue growth is hard to find. it seems that every time something goes wrong, something else is going wrong. the trade ing income was strong. they have to have great credit, that is everybody is paying back loans. they continu
. thanks for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with frances dinglasan, sitting in for lisa argen. abc7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. we have another one of these short shows. we are off early this morning because of the nba sunday showcase. up next, the chicago bulls in miami to play the heat here on abc7. have a great day, everyone! >>> there's carlos boozer, playing with lebron in cleveland, instead he jumped to utah for a few extra bumps. what was he thinking, jalen? >> bulls/heat coming up at the top of the hour. >> announcer: welcome to "kia nba countdown." >> welcome to "kia nba countdown." here are your hosts, jalen rose, michael wilbon, bill simmons and magic johnson, my home boy. >> home boy? >> wow. >> big-time now, getting introduced by will i am. >> that's right. >> welcome to the last sunday of the regular season in the nba. we will get to the fourth and final game between the bulls and heat coming up at the top of the hour. but, of course, you know we're going to begin with kobe bryant. who had surgery yesterday to repair that torn achilles.
't think there had been anything like it since dolly madison. he had a flurry with julia tyler but he was only around for eight months and past that, the white house didn't really parkle, but under buchanan, it sparkled. >> the woman responsible for coordinating life in the white house was harriet lane. who was harriet lane? >> she was the niece of james buchanan. she'd been orphaned at an early age and he took her under his wing. when her father died, i think he was made aware -- made it guardian. >> buchanan was her guardian. both her parents died when she was about 9 or 10 and he was her guardian. >> legal guardian. >> he took care of a bunch of nieces and nephews. he was a bachelor. >> for the pennsylvaniaians out there we should mention he was pennsylvania's only president. >> from lancaster. >> we will be visiting the home he built in lancaster, pennsylvania, as the segment continues. as a reminder, we'd like you to be involved. it's more fun when you ask questions. you can do that by calling us, 202-5373-5580. and you can tweet us using the #firstlady or post-it on facebook and
, what are individuals doing now with the metal's prices fl s fluctuating. i'm bill, in for tyler matheson, another big day for the markets. but we have two numbers that will set the tone for tomorrow. >> we are talking technology now for a change. a tale of two different earnings stories. yahoo surged 36% and intel fell 26%. they are the first batch of conditi companies reporting. intel earned 4 a share. revenues fell 2% to $12.6 billion, slightly better than expected. but the company said that revenues in the current quarter will come in higher than forecast, so their shares jumped as much as 2% after trading. yahoo earned a 38% a share. 14 cents more than expected and revenues came in below estimates at $1 billion and the company reported a drop in display advertising. yahoo shares tumbled in after hours tradg. >>> on the heels of the mixed results, there's another technology giant set to report next week that may reveal about the shift about with consumers to mobile computing. in our installment of earnings spotlight. we see what investors are expecting and hoping to hear from
leaders were among 2300 guests. current prime minister david cameron and tyler the queen were there. the second time the queen has attended a funeral of a british prime minister. correspondent is joining us from london. a lot of opinions we have been hearing over the past week about lady thatcher and's legacy and similar divisions over the cost and the size of the funeral and its appropriateness pin these times of austerity -- in these times. >> divisive in death as she was in life. there's been a lot of debate in the last week about the arrangements for her funeral. the cost will not be revealed until afterwards by the government. estimates are anything up to about $15 million. ,his has outraged her opponents political opponents in particular, will feel at a time of austerity that it is inappropriate. they also feel margaret thatcher did not do anything in your time to warrant that sort of national honor. this is ceremonial funeral with full military honors than has just ended. it is one step down from a state funeral. supporters say that she changed this country forever, that she
to thank tyler personally. if tyler is out there, listening or reading your reports we would love to hear from tyler so we can connect him to victoria. >> you know what we have good news, that worked, it worked out and it turns out the man's name is tyler tko*z an remembers her -- dodd and he remembers her well. >> it was chaos, complete chaos, i just saw the terror in her eyes. she was obviously in extreme pain. i just knew that i had to talk to her, if there was nothing else i could do i could talk to her. i asked her to look at me. i think i asked her what her name was and she kind of looked at me funny, like why is this guy asking my name? she said victor yeas my name. i said my name is tie legs, it's going to be okay. she asked me not to leave her. she was holding my hand. some kind of connection on a spiritual level i would have to say. when i told her it was going to be okay she believed me. i can't describe how calm she was at that point and she said yeah, just very selfless telling me to go other people i. continued throughout the time that i was in the tent to walk back and fort
. we can see it around parole and tyler heights and also reba bonhaven getting in on this. slick roadways and as you step out and about you will need the rain gear. sliding into caroline county andhenderson goldsboro and baltimore corner still dealing with wet weather. we will get a break in the action as we go throughout the day. but then, more wet weather will move in and we will stay unsettled for a while. i will detail more of that coming up but right now temperatures coming in at 53 degrees in millersville. hickory at 50. elkton 49 and going throughout the day this is what to expect. breezy conditions but we will be mild. 65 degrees. let's check the abc2 time sieiver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: we have trouble on 95. there is a crash along the southbound lanes near 195 involving a overturned car. here's a live look and there are no delays in this area but traffic is certainly starting to pick up. northbound lanes will be clear as you make the push from elk ridge to downtown baltimore. as we look at 695, here interstate 70 the outer loop starting to congest right n
swept at home, jordan zimmerman with. game.y2 tyler moore, with the nats up, 2-0, shoots one into left field. zimmerman, and desmond score. desmond, 4 for 5 in the game. three rbi for moore n his first and zimmerman with a two-run shot to left. first home run of the year. the win. 10-3. projected top ten pick, porter could go in the top 5, one of the national player of the year candidates, and first team al time. told me, just, you know, it is for you to pick your decision. they said they are happy either way. ñning v l09$naj%d0 s1 taylor misses, that is former wizard he helped to beat his old team, 106-101 was the final. team, 106-101 was the final. the did we get it? got it. yes! contact the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. how do i make it stronger? [ male announcer ] when you've got fios quantum, you get america's fastest, most reliable internet. hey, so where's the big project? ...huh. [ male announcer ] technology that makes you feel superhuman... where do i sign in? that's powerful. switch to fios and we'll triple your speeds for fre
. >>  jackie robinson's memory honored every year. players wearing his number 42 jersey. nats lead 2-0. tyler moore gets his first hit. zimmerman scores. ian desmond comes around. the nats up 4-0. top of the fourth zimmerman finally busts out a two-run blast into the left field bullpen it goes. the other zimmerman jordan was on the mound and ryan zimmerman nice defense. jordan earns a win. the nats defeat the marlins. tonight's bruins home game against the senators was postponed due the tragedy at the boston marathon. the celtics have canceled tomorrow's game with the pacers. >> brian is back to wrap things u67 -- up. >> connect your camera, along with your smartphone and tablet. all your devices connected by one simple plan on the powerful network. record video. connect more. so you can do more. the share everything plan from verizon. add additional devices like the samsung galaxy camera for $5 monthly access. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- hea
of the victims died today. 15 year old tyler, a passenger died from his injuries. he and a 13-year-old was struck by a driver and the police kept going and they're looking for a dark ford expedition. >> we believe this vehicle based on the evidence was a striking vehicle between those years and should have extensive damage so we hope someone has information for us. >> if you have the disposition you know the vehicle that matches the description, you're also asked to call the police, (410) 222-8573. neighbors call that area dangerous and we checked in the city hoif. it says from 2008 it 2012, there has been people struck. they added new signs and the road -- in this case, it didn't help. >>> there are now charges in the crash that killed a city hall worker matthew hursle and johnnie faces manslaughter by automobile and homicide by motor vehicle while impaired by drugs. police say he was driving the speeding accurate at overturn, and huser was a dedicated employee and the they plan to honor his life before their game. >>> a quarter of all the pollution comes from storm water run off. and tonight f
are still going strong even steven tyler looks fantastic, for a 73-year-old woman. but here's what these cowards really don't get. they attacked the boston marathon, an event celebrating people who run 26 miles on their day off until their nipples are raw... for fun. and they have been holding it in boston since 1897. and do you know how tough you have to be to run in a whale bone corset? and when those bombs went off, there were runners who, after finishing a marathon, kept running for another two miles to the hospital to donate blood. ( cheers and applause ) so here's what i know. these maniacs may have tried to make life bad for the people of boston, but all they can ever do is show just how good those people are. now, this is the colbert report. ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) steve hello. welcome to the report, everybody. >> stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! ( cheers and applause ) >> colbert: thanks, america. folks, welcome to the report. i'm stephen colbert, and if you are a regular viewer of this show -- and i hope you are -- then you know that i calls 'em
when he was in afghanistan. victoria wants to thank tyler personally f he is out there listening we'd love to hear from tyler so we can connect him to victoria. >> i would love to meet her tell her how strong she was. how much her strength helped me through this situation to help other people. she just seemed like an amazing person. and selfless at the time. she was more concerned about other people getting help than herself. >> greta: thank you for beg
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